Introductory Algebra
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About the book
Description
Introductory Algebra is a primer for students considering an entrance level college algebra course. The textbook should not be considered a comprehensive treatment of algebra. The goal of the textbook is to teach a set of problem solving skills in some of the more fundamental areas of algebra.
The author uses a stepbystep problem solving technique that is demonstrated in an exacting format. These formats can often take an entire page to demonstrate the solution to a problem. Additional examples of problems are worked out completely using the exact problem solving format originally demonstrated.
Content
 The Real Number System
 Natural Numbers
 Whole Numbers
 Integers
 Rational Numbers
 Irrational Numbers
 Real Numbers
 Mathematical Properties
 The Distributive Property
 The Associative Properties
 The Commutative Properties
 The Identity Property
 A Statement on Mathematical Properties
 Arithmetic Operations
 Orders of Operations
 Fractions, Decimals, and Percentages
 Common Denominators
 Positive and Negative Numbers
 Exponents
 Chapter 3 End of Chapter Exercises
 Expressions, Variables, and Equations
 Algebraic Expressions
 Algebraic Variables and Equations
 The Language of Algebraic Equations
 Solving Linear Equations
 Chapter 4 End of Chapter Exercises
 Polynomial Expressions
 Polynomial Expressions of Variables
 Degrees of Polynomials
 Addition and Subtraction of Polynomials
 Multiplication and Division of Monomials
 Chapter 5 End of Chapter Exercises
 Factoring of Polynomials
 The Concept of Common Factors
 Factoring by Grouping
 Factoring Second Degree Polynomials
 Special Factors
 Long Division of Polynomials
 Chapter 6 End of Chapter Exercises
 Rational Expressions
 Simplification of Rational Expression
 Addition and Subtraction of Rational Expressions
 Multiplication and Division of Rational Expressions
 Simplifying Complex Fractions
 Solving Equations with Fractions
 Ratios and Proportions
 Chapter 7 End of Chapter Exercises
 Inequalities and Absolute Values
 Inequality Expressions
 Graphing Inequalities on the Number Line
 Absolute Values
 Graphing Absolute Values of Inequalities on the Number Line
 Chapter 8 End of Chapter Exercises
 Graphing in the Rectangular Coordinate System
 The Rectangular Coordinate System
 Linear Equations: The Slope Intercept Form
 Linear Equations: The PointSlope Form
 Horizontal and Vertical Graphs
 Parallel and Perpendicular Graphs
 Graphing Linear Inequalities
 Chapter 9 End of Chapter Exercises
 Exponents and Radicals
 Whole Integer Positive Exponents
 Negative and Zero Exponents
 Rational Exponents: The nth Root
 Mathematical Operations with Exponents and Radicals
 Chapter 10 End of Chapter Exercises
 Systems of Equations
 Systems of Linear Equations in Two Unknowns: Solutions by Graphing
 Systems of Linear Equations in Two Unknowns: Solutions by Substitution
 Systems of Linear Equations in Two Unknowns: Solutions by Elimination
 Systems of Linear Equations in Three Unknowns: Solutions by Elimination and Back Substitution
 Chapter 11 End of Chapter Exercises
 Appendix A
 Answers to End of Chapter Exercises